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Anemia andreadomingoaguilar@gmail.com
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Anemia andreadomingoaguilar@gmail.com
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  • 1. ir c u la t o r y s y s T h e A N E M IA
  • 2. W h a t is a n e m ia Anemia is a medical condition in which the red blood cell count or hemoglobin is less than normal. The body does not have enough healthy red blood cells. Red blood cells provide oxygen to body tissues. The normal level of hemoglobin is generally different in males and females
  • 3. Wha t c a us e s a n e m ia ?Any process that can disrupt the normal life span of a  red blood cell may cause anemia. Red blood cells are  made in the bone marrowAnemia is caused by either:1. A decrease in production of red blood cells or  hemoglobin, or2. An increase in loss or destruction of red blood cells.
  • 4. S YM P T O M S O FThe initial symptoms of anemia are ...  I A ANEM* Loss of appetite * Constipation * Irritability * Difficulty in concentrating. The symptoms of established anemia include ... * Depression * Fatigue * Weakness * Coldness (extremities) * Overall pallor * Brittle nails * Pale eyelids and lips * Cessation of menstruation * Soreness in the mouth 
  • 5. A n e m ia C a us e d byRed blood cells can be lost through B l o which bleeding, o d Los s : can occur slowly over a long period of time, and can often go undetected. This kind of chronic bleeding commonly results from the following:Gastrointestinal conditions.Use of nonsteroidal anti- inflammatory drugs
  • 6. A n e m ia C a u s e d b y D e c re a s e d or F a u lt y R e d B lo o d C e llWith this type of anemia, the body may produce too few blood cells or the blood  cells may not function correctly.  P r o d u c t io nRed blood cells may be faulty or decreased due to abnormal red blood cells or the  a lack of minerals and vitamins needed for red blood cells to work properly.  Conditions associated with these causes of anemia include the following: Iron-deficiency anemia.Vitamin deficiency.Bone marrow and stem cell problems. Other health conditions.Sickle cell anemia.Sickle cell anemia is an inherited disorder that affects African-Americans. Red  blood cells become crescent-shaped because of a genetic defect. They break  down rapidly, so oxygen does not get to the bodys organs, causing anemia. The  crescent-shaped red blood cells also get stuck in tiny blood vessels, causing  pain.
  • 7. Ir o n -D e f ic ie n c y a n e m ia :Iron-deficiency anemia occurs because of a lack of the mineral iron in the body.Bone marrow in the center of the bone needs iron to make hemoglobin, the part of the red blood cell that transports oxygen to the bodys organs. Without adequate iron, the body cannot produce enough hemoglobin for red blood cells. The result is iron- deficiency anemia.
  • 8. S o lu t io n s a g a in s t A n e m ia If you have anemia, you will eat fruits, vegetables, pulses…
  • 9. We b p a g e s ( :http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000560.htmhttp://www.medicinenet.com/anemia/article.htmhttp://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/understanding-anemia-basicshttp://www.jklcompany.com/anemia.html
  • 10. B Y: A n d r e a a nd S a ndra (:

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